Tuesday, October 1, 2013

into work

 just color
 yesterday the mail brought
papers from aimee
the bottom two of milkweed 
 the crescent could not be caught
this morning
as i un-pressed a stack
of ecoprinted arches
another dozen sheets for fall
 virgin can lids sometimes surprise me!
 leftovers for the compost
printed last year
can you guess the plant?
to become a substrate for asao's moon
a piece for his upcoming shifu exhibit.
fall brings thoughts of weaving for me,
follow this to read 
a thoughtful piece about my 
blogfriend joanne kaar.


Valerianna said...

My first thought was St. Johnswort, but... then I second guessed it. Cool can.

Valerianna said...

Oh, next thought, that little narcissus?

Els said...

WOW the colours of that leaf !!! Nature, the painter !

That print is so beautiful ... isn't that plant the one that sticks to your cloths when you walk by .... the name .... uhhhhhm ....

aimee said...

funny our work will be together in the philippines but we can't manage to meet on this continent! love what is happening.

Velma Bolyard said...

valerie, nope, neither. new metal loves to get tarnished in whatever way, apparently.
els, nope. thanks you, though.
aimee, it will if i get this in the mail!

ronnie said...

I can't pick the plants involved - but the results are delicious!

Velma Bolyard said...

ronnie, thank you, i will reveal all soon!

Anonymous said...

ok, so my guess is the leaves from the madder plant?? the print is gorgeous. jean

Velma Bolyard said...

jean, you're in the correct family--lady's bedstraw!!!!

ArtPropelled said...

Your print is so pretty... like fine lace.

Velma Bolyard said...

thanks, robyn, it's lady's bedstraw...almost lace!

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